Early ejaculation, also called premature ejaculation, is a relatively common sexual pathology, estimated to affect about 1/3 of men….
Early ejaculation, also called premature ejaculation, is a relatively common sexual pathology, estimated to affect about 1/3 of men. Despite this, and although it is curable in most situations, many men devalue it. They fear there will be no treatment for their particular case or, out of shame, seek no help.
This pathology becomes progressively more painful for couples and for the relationship itself, with significant consequences at the personal, family and social levels.
Early ejaculation is considered when a man cannot control ejaculation to satisfy both parties in the sexual relationship. All men, at the beginning of their sexual life, have premature ejaculation, with the passing of the years, and with experience they end up being able to prolong and better control the ejaculation.
What can cause it?
When ejaculation resurfaces after this stage, or never improves, this can be due to several causes:
Non-organic – psychological, emotional, and social.
Organic causes – organic causes represent almost all cases of premature ejaculation, with consequences on a psychological level and in the relationship – about 75% of cases are associated with diseases, in particular Prostatitis and Urethritis. Hormonal and neurotransmitter alterations are other possible organic causes of Premature Ejaculation.
During sexual intercourse there is bacteria transmission naturally present in the vaginal microbiota, so condoms use is indispensable in disease prevention such as Prostatitis, which is the main cause of premature ejaculation.
Also general health problems are a risk factor. For example, anxiety resulting from cardiac anomalies can precipitate orgasm as a way to reduce exposure to the perceived or real risk situation.
The medication consumption to treat chronic pathologies, as well as stress, tiredness, and worries about personal or professional life, are also important risk factors.
Our experience shows that most cases are resolved by treating the disease-causing Premature Ejaculation whenever possible. In this way, not only the complaints aggravation is prevented, but also the occurrence of other diseases and/or undesirable clinical situations, can be avoided.
The Treatment *
Consists of an integrated solution, which may include several therapeutic instruments: low-level laser therapy, drug therapy with antibiotics, prostate massage, among others that are considered necessary. In the absence of Prostatitis and/or Urethritis, Laser Therapy allows homeostasis restoration and, with it, the resolution of numerous cases.
It may also involve solutions such as distraction techniques, or sexual games deepening to decrease the pressure and strengthening of pelvic floor muscles to better control ejaculation.
It is essential to understand and deal with each situation, creating mutually rewarding solutions that intervene in the process of overcoming the pathology. This process strengthens the couple’s self-esteem, as well as the relationship itself. Consequently, social relationships improve significantly.
Regardless of the origin of the problem, it is natural and almost inevitable that prolonging premature ejaculation and other dysfunctions of a sexual nature will bring individual consequences to both members of the couple and to the relationship itself.
* The recommended treatment plan always requires a prior clinical evaluation to observe your indication.